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AMW T-352 Dolby Digital Home Theater System (Discontinued by Manufacturer)


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  • Complete home theater system includes progressive-scan DVD player with built-in Dolby Digital and DTS decoder
  • Plays DVD, VCD, SVCD, CD, MP3, CD-R, CD-RW, and Kodak Picture CD (JPEG) discs
  • Features S-video, component video, and composite video outputs
  • Built-in digital AM/FM tuner with 40 station presets
  • Subwoofer, center-channel, and satellite speakers provide 125 total watts of dynamic sound
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Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 36.7 pounds
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0000A12TD
  • Item model number: T-352
  • Average Customer Review: 2.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (20 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #751,498 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: June 13, 2003

Product Description

Product Description

This powerful AMW 125 Watt Home Theater System will show you why home theater is unbeatable home entertainment. Boost your DVDs, VCDs, CDs, and MP3s with 5.1 Dolby digital surround decoding and 125 watts of total power. Features: 6 speaker system including 5 surround speakers and one 50-watt subwoofer; digital AM/FM stereo tuner with 40 presets; video decompression; screen aspect ratio select (4:3 and 16:9); smart content editor; multi-angle view; multi-language OSD; multilingual dialog up to 8 tracks and 32 subtitles; advance progressive scan; S-Video output; Composite video output (AV); component (Y-Cb-Cr) output; and full function remote control.

From the Manufacturer

Home Theater System with user-friendly menu, and 125-watt speakers.

Built-in Dolby Digital and DTS Decoder

  • Dolby & DTS SPDIF Digital output
  • Dolby down-mix dual channel, 5.1 channel output
  • Dolby Digital decoding
Multi-format Disk Support
  • DVD, VCD, SVCD
  • CD, MP3, CD-R, CD-RW
  • Kodak Picture CD (JPEG)
Audio Advantage
  • 192K, v24bit (5.1ch); 96K, 24bit (2ch)
  • E.Q. Genie (9 section for adjust)
  • Diversify Sound Effect
Video Advantage
  • Video Decompression; MPEG-2 (ISO/IEC-13818), MPEG-1
  • 10bit Video Decoding
  • PAL, NTSC playback
  • Screen aspect ratio selectable (4:3 and 16:9)
  • Smart Content editor
  • Multi-Angle View
  • Multi-language OSD (8bit On Screen Display)
  • Multilingual Dialog up to 8 tracks and 32 subtitles
  • Advance Progressive Scan
Video Inputs/Outputs
  • S-video Output
  • Composite Video Output (AV)
  • Component (Y-Cb-Cr) Output
Audio Inputs/Outputs
  • Optical SPDIF Input/Output (1)
  • AUX Stereo Input/Output (2)
Amp and Driver
  • Subwoofer: 50W- 6.5" Woofer
  • Center: 15W- 3" Fullrange 2
  • Satellite: 15W- 3" Fullrange
Others
  • Digital AM/FM Stereo Tuner with 40 presets
  • Full Function Remote Control
Dimensions
  • DVD Receiver: 16.9" 2.4" 12.8"
  • Subwoofer: 8.7" 15.6" 11.8"
  • Center Speaker: 11.1" 3.7" 4.1"
  • Satellite Speakers: 8" 3.7" 4.1"
  • Net Weight: 33.5 lbs

Customer Reviews

Why would they use a 75 ohm connector when you can't use it.
Art
I never had any of the humming subwoofer, crackling, scrolling video or any other obvious audio or video faults reported on here.
mo
A quick fix to that is to turn it off, unplug it and plug it back in, then turn it on a PRESTO, it'll work again.
Quinten R Hazen

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Matthew Chamberlain on October 29, 2003
I got this system through an incentive program at work. I figured the passive sub would be anemic so I also "bought" an altec lansing 4.1 with powered sub at the same time to mix and match. The sound of this Amphion with passive sub blows the powered sub away. Out of the box, it rocked... CDs sound great... DVDs sound great... big sound from a little system. It has AM and FM receiver with a lot of presets... includes antenas for both bands... The progressive DVD player gives excellent color saturation and clarity. I am not exaggerating, but it looks so much better than my APEX AD660 which still looks so much better than videotape. I couldn't be happier with it and not just because it was "free." I have not yet determined if it has official DTS support - no DTS insignia on the front, although the owner's manual and setup screen mention DTS setup modes... it does pop up a little lighted diagram showing 5 channels when I put in any Dolby digital and/ or DTS DVD. I managed to screw up the settings to the point where it sounded like a cardboard box... and to the point where it overdrove the speakers... but after a "set defaults" things sounded excellent again. There are several modes including "concert," "theater" and the unintentionally hillarious "bathroom" setting. This is not an audiophile's dream system, but It gives very correct sound and video for the money and is the pinnacle of "out of the box home theater." Buy it, use it as it comes out of the box and Rock On.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on November 18, 2003
I was very let down to hear from Amphion Media Works that their T-352 does not decode DTS. The users manual says it will... Amazon.com, Circuitcity.com and [...] !! web pages say it will!! I can't believe that this thing has been selling and that no reviews made note of this fact. I was excited at first about this unit... it didn't sound bad... but the sound of silence when I select DTS on a DVD is deafening.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on November 14, 2003
There is a rather annoying problem regarding the A/V inputs which I initially thought was originally a defect in my particular unit. However, it seems to be a problem with all T-352 models. When the function is set to Audio/Video, the subwoofer rumbles rather annoyingly, even when nothing is plugged into the inputs. If you plug anything into the inputs, the sound still remains, and the only way to get rid of it is to set the bass volume to 0. I don't know if it's a problem with the subwoofer or if it's just a feature, but the sound is nice and clear (with no low rumbling) when playing a CD or DVD directly through the unit. If you plan to connect your video game consoles or computer to these speakers, however, do prepare to be annoyed.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Bryan W Schuman on November 10, 2003
I'm fairly happy with this very low end system. They manage to pack a lot of features and fine adjustments into a really inexpensive unit. If you're looking for big sound, go elsewhere, but for a small room, it's fine. I found it a bit tinny, but at least it's crisp.
I don't really care for the remote though.
There is one major flaw I have found it, and it seems to be a "feature" rather than a bug, which unfortunately will ultimately force me to return the system and settle for a lesser system even though I liked this one better. The AV inputs seem to be corrupted. The sub rumbles when the AV mode is switched on, and seems to get worse whenever a connection is added to it. I thought this was a defective unit, but I returned it for a replacement, and am still having the same issue. :(
It's too bad about the AV input issue, otherwise it's a really nice inexpensive DVD player/5.1 decoder.
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I bought this just a few days ago. It was very easy to install - instructions and connections are simple. It took me three hours to completely install it, but much of the time was taken by the physical work (hanging the speakers, etc.), but just a few minutes to figure out the connections.
I haven't played with it fully to see if there is anything wrong with the system.
I have tested a few FM stations - reception was fine and sound only came through from two front speakers. I have also tested a music CD, it played well - with sound in all speakers - but nothing great. I could clearly hear the sub-woofer doing its work though.
Then I played Shrek DVD. Surround sound was fantastic. Too good for the price of the system. I will be trying some other DVDs real soon.
Remote control is very thin (probaly 1/4" thick). I didn't feel comfortable with the remote. Remote comes with a button-cell battery. Opening the battery door is tricky - just look at the embossed diagram and follow it.
Four speakers have a hook on the back to hang them on the wall, but the center speaker has nothing to hang it. I am currently hanging it by the wires, but I have to figure something out.
System comes with one antenna for FM and another for AM.
Visit CircuitCity.com to have a 360-degree view of the whole system (you can see all the inputs and outputs).
Update (01/26/2004):
1) I hate the remote control. My TV remote control is programmable, but it can't communicate with this system. I must use the remote that comes with the system. The remote has some kind of latency. You have to wait a second or two before issuing the next command. Also, you have to be close and in front of the system.
2) I still haven't found any problem with the DVD movie playing capability or the sound system.
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